Yeah, we're all suffering for Jesus living out here in Pacific Northwest.
Fear not those who argue but those who dodge. -- Marie von Ebner-EschenbachPost Thanks / Like - 0 Thanks, 1 LaughingJohn Kennedy - thanks for this funny post
On second thought, let's not go to Camelot. It is a silly place.
Well, given the amount of precipitation it gets, if the Olympic peninsula can't come up with a good lake, the rest of the country might as well give up.
While you were in Olympic National Park, did you get to visit the western part of the park? Lake Crescent is in the main part of Olympic National Park, but my favorite part lies along the Pacific Ocean. The is a 9 mile loop trail at Ozzette that is my favorite part of Olympic National Park. Some of my pictures are here: https://picasaweb.google.com/1129680...zetteLoopTrail#
Isn't one of the dams that created a lake on the peninsula being taken out (or has already been taken out)? My understanding was that the dam was built early in the 20th century to power a lumber mill and then when the mill closed shortly thereafter the dam was not only redundant but began to contribute to the problems being experienced in the NW with the salmon fishery.
The camp site where I camp near that location is reachable only at low tide. When the tide comes in you can't leave the camp site without getting wet. I often camp there alone. When the tide is in, I am totally isolated -- no lights, no sounds except the ocean, and no chance of anyone coming by for about 8 hours. It is an awesome experience.